Data protection is becoming increasingly important across Member States, and recommendations issued by the European Data Protection Supervisor during the past year are changing the European scenario.
On 29 May, EDPS Peter Hustinx presented his Annual Report in Brussels and, according to the document, the number of complaints received decreased by 20% in 2012 in comparison with 2011. In total, the supervisor got 86 complaints, and 46 of them required in-depth inquiry (54% more than in 201...
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